Canarina DISPER · atmospheric dispersion model · ambient
Atmospheric Dispersion Model: ambient conditions are defined by the land and atmospheric conditions in the vicinity of the pollutant emission. This Menu lists: Meteorology and Topographic lines. DISPER software calculates the pollutant concentration in each point of the air considering each one of the pollutant sources and the conditions of the atmosphere. DISPER is a software for air pollution dispersion analysis. DISPER carries out temporal averages (daily, monthly or annual) so that you can calculate the concentration average in each point of the affected area. It works in cartesian and geographical coordinates and the results can be exported in Microsoft EXCEL csv files. It is possible to import the generated data in GIS systems, as ArcMap or ArcView. It is interesting for air pollutant distribution, atmospheric dispersion model, atmospheric modeling and organic air pollutants.